Perturbator promo March 2021 credit David Fitt
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Listen to Perturbator’s new single, Dethroned Under A Funeral Haze

The next single from Perturbator’s upcoming album Lustful Sacraments has arrived…

Following the release of Death Of The Soul in March, Perturbator – aka James Kent – has shared another awesome new single, Dethroned Under A Funeral Haze.

One of the slower tracks on the album,” the musician says. It’s about death as the great equaliser.”

The track is taken from Perturbator’s highly-anticipated new album Lustful Sacraments, which is due out on May 28 via Blood Music.

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Describing the record, James teases: It’s an album about bad habits, dissatisfaction and addiction. An overall look at how we, as a species, lean towards self-destruction.” Can’t wait.

Check out Dethroned Under A Funeral Haze below:

Catch Perturbator – along with Health and Author & Punisher – at the following dates:

November

5 London Electric Ballroom
6 Glasgow St Luke’s
7 Manchester Academy 2
9 Dublin Opium
10 Bristol SWX

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